Students attending any one of our three Affiliated University Colleges also have access to Western's facilities. They enjoy and participate in academic opportunities and student life in both environments. Students who graduate from an Affiliate receive their degree from The University of Western Ontario.
Founded in 1919, Brescia is Canada's only women's university college. With a population of approximately 1,350, Brescia’s approach to education is student-centred and personalized. They offer small classes, personal attention from faculty and staff, interactive teaching and engaging leadership opportunities. Brescia has a strong sense of community, combining its Catholic heritage with a diversity that welcomes students of all backgrounds.
For more than 150 years, Huron University College has delivered academic excellence in a deliberately small setting. Huron offers an exceptional liberal arts education within an intimate classroom setting, where you are known by name and not by number, and educated by top-flight professors who celebrate discussion, applaud restless curiosity and encourage excellence.
Founded in 1954, King’s University College is a Catholic university affiliated with Western University. With approximately 3,100 undergraduate students of which approximately 400 are international, King’s is committed to the ongoing creation of a vital academic community animated by a Christian love of learning and the pursuit of truth.